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  • v  make magnetic
    The strong magnet magnetized the iron shavings
  • v  attract strongly, as if with a magnet
    She magnetized the audience with her tricks

  • The aristocrats on board, aided by the dancing girl, try to magnetize the ship's compass so that they can steer for Sebastopol without letting Kylenko find out about it.
  • Machines then crush the ore, magnetize it and roll it into pea-sized pellets that are then baked to produce a product that is richer per ton than natural ore.
  • Having scored such a victory Sir Joseph had only to magnetize into his Union Party a few more Independents, ere he could overthrow the Coates Cabinet and resume the Prime Ministry .

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